Portabellinis and yellow beets haven't made it into most supermarkets yet, but they may soon have their day in the retail sun. Industry sources, including some retailers, say that's a near certainty. They see a direct connection between what's hot in the restaurant world and what grocery shoppers will eventually put on their shopping lists. A number of vegetables that had their debut in top restaurants, on televised cooking shows or at the local farmer's market have since become mainstream ...
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